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Old August 7, 2012, 10:20 AM   #6
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Well, I have carried it and used it for a long time. Very comfortable with the grip, weight and feel.

It shoots nice and powerfully. I can hit a standard combat target up to 100 yards away with the .44 rounds and the grapeshot barrel is a nice backup to have.

So yep I have been called an eccentric type of guy, but then, to each his own I guess

Hawg, it is a Freightliner belonging to a intermodal container carrier. It might be aluminum, I never paid too much attention. It is shiny and purty and has these rivets that look like it belongs on an aircraft When the cylinder fell, it actually dinged the surface a bit, and the cylinder also received a tiny chip on the edge where it hit.
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